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"depression isolation loneliness" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

06:21 min | 9 months ago

"depression isolation loneliness" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Three all right so you guys know that china universities are striving for excellence while american. Universities are striving for equity Which means they are dumbing down our students but they're starting the left disrespecting even earlier. Now hat tip. Forgotten man oregon quietly scraps math reading requirements for high school grads in the interest of racial equality. So this governor. Kate brown of oregon signed a bill last month that drops the requirement that high school students prove proficiency in reading writing or math before graduating this. According to a report the governor has tried to avoid discussing senate bill seven. Forty four is what it's called with reporters because she signed it. She signed it on the deal. My guy her moved to sign. The bill was quote from oregon. The oregonian not public until recently because her office did not hold a signing ceremony or issue. A press will press release for two weeks due to a quarter of that. You can Exam that is exactly what she was thinking. Nancy pelosi monster carter See she claimed it was a glitch in the system or someone was sick But let's be real. She wanted to keep it low so on the l. so state lawmakers voted to approve the bill that suspended the requirements for students for three years for three years this according to k. a. T. you which. I guess is a local news station out there now. Listen to don. Doesn't the left. they always have the best The best names To destroy the country the foundations for a better oregon said in a statement at the time that the bill is intended to and i quote truly reflect what every student needs to thrive in the twenty first century. Excuse me students. Need illiteracy thrive in the twenty first century is. Is this where we're going. Some of this stuff is so crazy. I gotta laugh. So i don't cry. Supporters of the bill insists that considering math and reading essential skills has been an unfair challenge for students who do not test well. The report said the requirement was first suspended at the start of the but have no fears. They're going to continue to dumb down their students for the next three years. They know their students in this me talking now. They know their students offered through anxiety. Depression isolation loneliness. All those things They're gonna pile on by making their students dumber because this is what the left does. That's why we value them so much. the gop of course came out against the build. Even some democrats came out against building and they said hey. It's wrong to lower expectations for our children. Now there's some conservatives that would say. This is the soft bigotry of low expectations. No this is racism. It's much bigger. I think that's a nice phrase but it's much bigger than soft bigotry. I think this is straight up racism When i've talked to you real racism fake racism perceived racism. There's nothing soft about dumbing down minorities in this is exactly what they're trying to do as i get further into the story charles boyle the deputy communications director from brown's office told the oregonian an email that the staff from the governor's office informed legislative staffers about the bill signing on the day that it was passed he also said the new standards for graduation will help benefit who listen listen to this. I want you to listen to this. Because i want you to understand. What a disaster government. Schools are in america right now. Hopefully not the school that your child is going to but i. It seems that it's a growing number of schools that are just a public schools government schools. That are just becoming worse and worse and worse so he stated that the new standards for graduation will help benefits the states. Blacks latinos the latin x Indigenous asian pacific islander tribal and basically all students students of color. They didn't mention the white. Now i gotta tell you right off. The bat agents aren't gonna have any part of this crap. Asians don't play when it comes education especially if they're first generation they come to america. Their parents are like year behind gonna work. You're going to become a doctor. You're going to become this. They don't play but they look at look at how they look at blacks and latinos and look at how they look at minorities. They wanna be cool. The teachers want to be cool with the kids. The principles wanna be cool with the kids. This this governor. Kate brown wants to be light at what happened in her childhood to i. I there's gotta be something that set it off right something that triggered her to i mean she can't just be this stupid for absolutely no reason whatsoever. But blacks latinos indigenous basically minorities will suffer as a result of this. But they think they think they're doing a good thing but i'm not so sure about this. Do you guys remember black codes. You guys know. Apply coats are during reconstruction. The democrat party known as the kkk the terrorist wing of the democrat party known as the kkk and many democrats in the south refused to allow blacks to learn to read right all those types of things they were called. Black black codes g- You know the they were. They refused to allow blacks to have the freedoms under the bill of rights. That whites did now. So it's the same party. it's the same party. isn't that funny. How things change. Remember how i told you. The democrat party has traded in their whips and chains and all their abuse. They even trade in their ku klux klan Get ups.

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"depression isolation loneliness" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"depression isolation loneliness" Discussed on KTRH

"R. H 50,000 watts of sheer power. Transmitting quite a large area throughout the southern United States. And then, of course on the I heart radio app anywhere in the U. S. So if you're listening in A greater Texas area. And you say, Wow, your health first seven o'clock, and he got a relative in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Share the link. Let them listen in. All right, so we have been talking about Corona virus and the election is on Tuesday. And for for those that are thinking that The president is the root cause. For the people that have gotten ill. I'm going to challenge you to say, Let's say He doesn't win on Tuesday and Joe Biden takes over. Do you really think that went in days or weeks? There is going to be an extinguishing Of the Corona virus story. People are still going to get sick. The cases are still going to flourish. The case is in Estonia. Or Macedonia or France or England or New York City. Are still going to be what they are. And so I ask you. And I'm not trying to sway your vote though I am tryingto have you sway your look at things? Whether Trump is ousted, or Biden is seated. I do not think there is going to be a change in what is happening with Corona virus. I absolutely do not think this is going to have to run its course. It's going to have to wait until the therapeutics the antiviral drugs become become more readily online for everyday Americans or everyday citizens of the world. Vaccination comes about or we as the medical scientific community truly understand how the virus works. The effects on other organ systems outside of the lungs, how the immune system responds. New therapies. Howto handle the high risk individuals how to protect ourselves as we move forward that is going to have to Take place through good old fashioned. Research. And thinking we have to think about and and research out how this is all going to happen. But if you aren't naive enough to think that one person at the helm Is going to Change the course of this. I just don't think it's going to happen now, at the same time, something that has been talked about And I don't No. How much really has sunk in The devastating effects of being under quarantine. I have patients myself. Okay. This is first hand knowledge. I'm not reading it in a newspaper magazine or in Google. Or Twitter, firsthand knowledge from me. Patients because of the lock down because of the fear. They are afraid. They're not coming out. To get routine blood work. They're not coming to get routine ultrasounds. Cat scans memories that we need to get. To follow their liver disease. That's what I do. A lot of my patients are at very high risk for developing liver cancer. Liver cancer's not good. All right. Liver cancer's not good. And how do we get the best outcome? How do we save lives? We get routine scans typically every 3 to 6 months and so we have many, many patients that are on a schedule. That every 3 to 6 months based on the case, or some every year. They have to get their scan, but we are fighting. In a nice way, arguing in a nice way with our patients pleading with them. Please come out and get your scan. The answer is I am too scared. I'm worried about getting Corona. I don't want to give it to my husband. I don't want to give it to my grandkids. Well, there is a far greater chance of you getting liver cancer. And ending up in the hospital, then coming out for an hour to a rather controlled environment to an image ING center in your neighborhood. To get your scam. People are not going for mammograms. Same reason people are not going for colonoscopies. Same thing. People are not coming out there sitting there with chest pain at home, thinking that The chest pain will go away. The old ostrich syndrome. Stick your head in the sand and my chest, pain and shortness of breath will go away because I over my dead body. Am I going to step foot in my local emergency room? So what's the end? Result? More people are coming in with stroke heart attack and they're having worse outcome. And so the other thing Depression. Isolation, loneliness, alcoholism and drug abuse. We are seeing patients. In high numbers. That are drinking far more alcohol. Then they did in the past. Why they're locked up. They've lost their job. Their lost their money. They've lost their income. They're upset. They're lonely. They're depressed. What they do Drink drinking is a great anaesthetic of you've got problems. Drink your problems away. And so we may look and say yes. Corona virus can make people sick. Corona virus can Let people end up in the I C u on a respirator. Corona virus may affect other organs. But I would say every expert out there starting with pediatricians, adult physicians People that take care of the geriatric older population. There is universal agreement that The quarantine is hurting more than helping and so Getting back to President Trump. He has tried as as president. My opinion is the president not only has to be the defender of our freedom, the defender of our security defender of our safety. From within and outside. In a sense, you have to be The national cheerleader. Keep everybody In a good mood. Now you may say that's B s That's B s. I don't need a cheerleader in the White House. But when you look at The way Ronald Reagan operated back in the eighties. He was so positive believed in America believed in the people that we had great periods of prosperity was a great time for us. Same thing with President Trump You have to not scare people because it is. It is clear from what I just said. People that are afraid people that are concerned do silly things. And so there has to be this. This balance off having a a upbeat approach to say we're going to whip Corona virus. We are going to get back. Let's try to keep the economy going. We have to keep people working. They need money to survive. They need money to support their family. Because the opposite of that leads to despair. And despair and all of its It's downstream, unintended consequences. Lead to more problems than then the initial problem Corona virus, So that is what you have to keep in mind. And from a physician standpoint, I'm not a political scientist. I'm not that guy. I am just trying to say From a health and wellness standpoint, sometimes You have to trade off the lesser of two evils. It is not black and white. It's not either we locked down and and do nothing or we open up the floodgates to just run around. As you feel. There has to be Selective. Approaches. What works in New York does not work in Iowa. What's good for San Francisco is not good for Denver on.

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"depression isolation loneliness" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"depression isolation loneliness" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I got a pretty good idea was going to be the best we're going to really that is the good stuff it seems like it would be eight AM seven six the third time it's happened what's up now terminus no no no nos I sent my I sent an email on earlier good it's just not like what is that did he not so she get fixed by September there's that so I don't ever go to the back to me yeah but I did but but two months ago and they use the urinal has a sign on it that says so they broke in basis yeah it's with the schedule schedule to be fixed or something and I said oh that's a nice thing that's that's better instead of do not use is scheduled to be fixed okay yeah moving teleplays move rather than that is well worth the active they put like it trash bag over the year and all the and a little Moshe calendar schedule to be fixed as that's very good so I went back not a month and a half later not still there yeah that's right so someone wrote on it someone right roads is it but is it right but is it yeah yeah that person must be really handsome yeah and it's still it's still not fixed did you notice that there was a reply all yes nine nineteen so I'm assuming that symptoms was broken in June yeah but Hey they're moving on things above it that's what I like to yeah Sir tell me in June they scheduled for the Arnold effective September listen I don't know all right so which could fix for the urinal or this ran out of the place or is again at our yes I I can I get a good idea when the best hours going into this the one congratulations this is Sebastian younger on Joe Rogan's podcast dimension Sebastia Thailand recently he's the author of the book tribe which I think is required reading I think I've bumped into the required reading list for the my social tried by Sebastian younger J. U. N. G. E. R. it's pretty fantastic so Sebastian is talking about modern society and how it's become this thing that's almost incompatible it's almost incompatible with the human mind body and spirit forty one I mean you know it's a complicated obviously on some level industrial smarter society for success we have seven billion of us but as wealth goes up in a society as maternity goes up in a society the suicide rate goes up the depression rate goes up schizophrenia goes up in urban environments they're not good for the human psyche we are designed we involve the living groups of thirty forty people and a harsh environment totally into rely on one another for survival that creates a huge amount of equality within a group and loyalty within a group that's what we are designed for genetically of modern society allows the individual to be independent from the group which is in some ways a great liberation in other ways it can lead to a profound alienation and depression stop your break this down so we are made to live in small groups of thirty to forty people in a harsh environment why is that important the harsh environment that's the part because harsh environments require focus and attention and reliance on the other people in your group so we were designed to live in a harsh environment modern society is the opposite of that we we've never lived in a more luxurious and comfortable state of being then right now now everything's a trade off everything is always a trade off we want to live more comfortable lives it is a trade off to that and we're seeing it we're living it more depression isolation loneliness suicide mass shootings that's all the result of our more comfortable society it's a little more detail here I don't know what the sexuality part of the beginning of this capacity with but regardless the rest of its structure well we're we're wired to want to feel like we belong to a group native American society was sexually quite relaxed I was quite egalitarian in a hunter gatherer society you really can't accumulate wealth very well because he is the societies are often nomadic so you can only accumulate as much wealth as you can carry which isn't much and then ultimately in societies like that as in the platoon in combat which is another part of my book obviously you're you're you're primarily value valued for your contribution to the group and that has been lost the modern society people are enormously self serving capitalism basically instructs us to do so that's a whole other evolutionary imperative which is also important but in our society is way out of whack so we are wired to serve ourselves and we are wired to serve the group and in a healthy society those to those who are in a dynamic tension with each other and in balance in modern society the really really is no group to serve and it leads to a really profound sense of meaninglessness for a lot of people question do you feel valued for your contribution to the group.

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